Luxury Dalora apartment with it's own private swimming pool

  • 3 bedrooms
  • 4 bathrooms


Dalora Apartment is a luxurious Brand new for 2017 top quality 3 bedroom apartment with its own pool overlooking Kalkan on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey. With just a ten minute stroll to the centre - Where there is an abundance of top quality restaurants and roof top restaurants. A perfect spot for a family holiday. Dalora apartment is well designed and Superbly furnished. On entering this ground floor apartment, there is a large open plan tastefully furnished lounge with Tv and full UK sky package and free WiFi. A fully equipped kitchen, utility area, WC and a Master bedroom with en suite are also on the ground floor. The whole width of the apartment has very large patio doors that lead out onto a spacious terrace with a lovely dinning area, seating area where you can watch the most beautiful sunsets, Stylish sunbeds and Parasols and it's own infinity pool. On the first floor there are 2 bedrooms, a master king bedroom with en suite and a twin room also with en suite. Both upstairs bedrooms have extensive an terrace and balcony with uninterrupted views of kalkan bay. Area Info: Kalkan is a beautiful and sophisticated bougainvillea-covered harbour village, set in a breathtaking landscape on the Turquoise Mediterranean coast of Turkey. There is simply no other town quite like Kalkan along Turkey's coast. Kalkan curls snugly around an ancient harbour sheltered at the foot of the towering Taurus Mountains The town overlooks a beautiful bay in which islands seem to magically float upon the shimmering sea. Narrow streets twist down to the harbour through the historic town and are lined with listed whitewashed villas with shuttered windows situated alongside small local specialty shops and restaurants. Overhead hang original ornately carved Ottoman timber balconies garlanded with brilliantly coloured bougainvillea cascading to the streets below. It is a very special place. Winding cobbled streets, colourful shops and excellent harbour-side and roof terrace restaurants and bars are combined with stunning views – whether you are looking up to the dramatic mountains behind the village, or down across the harbour to the broad sweep of the Mediterranean. Not only is Kalkan beautiful, but unlike other Turkish coastal resort towns Kalkan's main economy is tourism and therefore its citizens put much pride and effort into the town's historic preservation. Because of this Kalkan has retained the texture of its history with its distinctive Greek architecture (it was once a Greek and Turkish fishing village). Very strict building codes keep the town small and architecturally blended with the historic heart of the town known as 'Old Kalkan'. Besides the famous 'Kalkan Style' historic architecture, the many excellent restaurants of Kalkan contribute to the special atmosphere of the resort. Good dining has always been the way of life in Kalkan. In fact, Kalkan is said to have the highest number of restaurants and bars per inhabitant or square metre on the Turkish coast. Additionally, Kalkan is especially renowned for its numerous roof-top terrace restaurants and bars which offer a wonderful view of the town, sea and stars. You can also sit at one of the many fine harbour-side restaurants and watch the fishermen leave early in the morning as you tuck in your breakfast, or see them return with the day's catch in the evening. The people of Kalkan happily welcome you, and you may at first be surprised by the universal friendliness within the town. It is absolutely genuine. Warm Turkish hospitality and friendliness is the basis of life here and the people of Kalkan sincerely enjoy getting to know their guests. So do not hesitate to accept one of the many tulip-shaped glasses of 'cay' (tea) you will be offered while you amble along Kalkan's winding streets. You will not be hassled while you are a guest of Kalkan - the town is hassle free and is proud to be so. You will find a mixed population here, consisting mainly of locals, some Istanbul Turks who own businesses, as well as a small number of well-educated foreigners who have settled in the town. Kalkan is a truly wonderful holiday destination. Kalkan by day is fun. The town center of Kalkan becomes surprisingly empty during the day as guests set off for daytime activities. Popular activities include beach-going, relaxing at one of the beach clubs or swimming pools, water sports, exploring the ancient lands around Kalkan and boat and gullet trips. Don’t forget to stop by Kalkan’s Thursday Market to pick up some great bargains and see local life. Saklikent (Hidden City) Gorge is the second-largest (20 km-long) gorge in Europe, the longest and deepest gorge in Turkey, about a 40 minutes' drive from Fethiye. It is a spectacular place, with sculpted walls soaring high above. Four km. Of the gorge is walkable after April when most of the snow from the Taurus Mountains has melted and passed through the gorge on its way to the Xanthos River. Summer is the best time to visit as the canyon is deliciously cool and shady with cold water. Patara Beach is one of the largest and most beautiful beaches near the ancient Lycian city of Patara in Turkey, on the coast of the Turkish Riviera. The 18 kilometres (11 mi)-long Patara Beach is the longest in its region and sometimes reaches a width of 200–300 metres. The beach has soft sand and shallow sea. It is one of the places that sea turtles leave their eggs. Because of this, the beach is under protection. At its easternmost point there is a rocky outcrop looking over a spectacular rocky cove. The single road approach to the beach features ancient sites of archaeological interest. The beach is situated at a distance of 20 km from Kaş and 7 from Kalkan, at a point where an extremely narrow valley towered by steep cliffs and forests joins the sea shore in the cove of the same name as the beach (Kaputaş). The beach is quite popular among visitors to the region due to its untouched natural beauty commanded by a view from the heights traversed by the State road D400 between Kaş and Kalkan. The beach is reached by 170 steps descending from the road. A limited number of parking paces are available at the street side. The beach is guarded by the municipality of Kalkan. It is also a favourite stopover for yachts along the Blue Cruise. The sea gets deep rather close to the beach in Kaputaş. A deep narrow canyon is located on the other side of the street. It can be reached directly from the beach under the bridge, if no flowing water is present. The canyon has been formed from the abrasion of the rocks by flowing waters over thousands of years. The canyon ends after about 200 meters and offers spectacular views to the steep walls. Entrance is free of charge


  • Internet
  • Pool
  • Parking
  • A/C
  • TV
  • Laundry
  • Dishwasher


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